The Best Dating Apps for 2019
The Internet has accessibility very convenient to everyone; with the rise of technology and the internet, the stigma towards online dating (or dating apps) is slowly declining. These apps have become the common way for strangers to meet, connect and be attached. Among all the apps listed on your Playstore or iStore, we have made a list of some best dating apps in 2019, which are unique and easy to use. We are really hoping cupid will be in your favor to find the right one.
Tinder is one of the famous (if not the most) dating apps used by everyone. There are reports which have successfully formed into long-term relationships and end up in marriages later. Tinder doesn’t require you to have a facebook account as long as you are above 18. You can set up your profile by stating 500-character essay about yourself. You can also upload six images (upload your best angle), or just link your Instagram to it. Discover the setting to set up preferences regarding who you wanted to date and if someone matches; then the real fun begins. You will have limited swipes, but an unlimited option comes with a payment.
OkCupid is another famous app in the dating biz. Just create a username; then fill out a long profile. You can also link your Instagram account. There are questions you need to answer and what you’d like your potential partners to answer. This is the best way to reflect compatibility; however, it is your call if you’ll allow these answers to be seen publicly. However, OkCupid has many downsides compared to its positive ones. Photos are small, clunky interface, and the amount of scrolling required is annoying. The worst thing is that anyone can just message you without any trace of being compatible.
3. Coffee Meets Bagel
Coffee Meets Bagel is another dating app but it requires you to log-in through your verified Facebook account. After you have set-up your profile and set your preferences, it will send bagels to you every day and you only have 24 hours to like or pass on the bagel. If you liked the bagel, then you’ll connect with the potential partner through a private chat which lasts for eight days depending on how actively you use it. The app is user-friendly with large photos and clean text; however, the app can glitch sometimes, updates slowly and has infrequency in connecting with someone.
As they say, Hinge is like Tinder or Tinder’s younger sister because they have almost similar interface. But function-wise, Hinge relies more on your Facebook friends to make connections for you. It connects you to your friend’s friend of your friend’s friend which presents you with all the things you have in common. It has Tinder-like function of asking questions but Hinge’s questions are more entertaining and less time-consuming. However, you can only ask your common friend to know more about your potential partner. Also, you can only upload photos from your Facebook and Instagram which make Hinge a limited app.
Online dating is indeed a revolutionary way to find the right one for you. But always remember, to know more the person before you could go on a personal date. Be fun and mysterious while using the dating apps because you might know, the right one will be a few swipes away.